Henry James

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writer who was born in the United States but lived in England (1843-1916)


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He demonstrated his ability to synthesize his social and literary interests in Politics and the Novel (1957), a book of essays on Stendhal, Dostoevsky, Conrad, Turgenev, Hawthorne, Henry James, Henry Adams, Malraux, Silone, and Orwell.
Art of Fiction, The Critical essay by James, Henry , published in 1884 in Longman's Magazine.
Aspern Papers, The Novelette by James, Henry, published in 1888, first in The Atlantic Monthly (March-May) and then in the collection The Aspern Papers, Louisa Pallant, The Modern Warning.
Beast in the Jungle, The Short story by James, Henry that first appeared in The Better Sort (1903).
Bostonians, The Satirical novel by James, Henry , published serially in Century Illustrated Magazine in 1885-86 and in book form in three volumes in 1886.
Daisy Miller Novel by James, Henry, published in Cornhill Magazine in 1878 and published in book form in 1879.